The Enounce 2xAV plug-in adds a 'slider bar' to the RealPlayer that lets you change the playback rate of video and audio from 1/3 to 2.5 normal speed without pausing playback. Patented signal processing keeps audio sounding natural at all speeds, and allows users to comprehend and remember the information.
Version 3.11 includes support for RealPlayer when used to play Windows Media Content.
What's new in this version: Version 3.11 supports RealPlayer 11 and Windows Vista.
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